Lake Havasu City Sportsman’s Club
P.O. Box 1303
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86405-1303
Havasu City Sportsman Club, Inc., here after referred to as the Club, was established and
Incorporated as a non-profit Organization in 1971.
The Club is located in
Mohave County, Arizona, on Bureau of Land Management land, next to
Sara Park, just south of the Lake Havasu City southern border & west of Arizona State Hwy
95. The Clubhouse GPS location 34° 26' 15.72" N 114° 14' 49.50" W. The Club operates
under a long term Use Agreement with Lake Havasu City. The City holds the Master
Lease Agreement from the BLM.
The purpose of the Club is
to foster the advancement and well being of the shooting sports with
the goal of improving understanding and knowledge of the shooting skills, safe handling and
proper care of firearms, as well as improved marksmanship.
The Club is governed by an elected Board of Directors. Club and Board meetings
are held on the First Tuesday of the month. See Meetings.
The Club is supported by the Club membership and does not receive any funds
from the State, County or City.
The Police range located on Club property is part of our range. The use of the Police range
is governed by an agreement with the Club. The Club does not charge the City for use of
the Police range.
The major improvements at the pistol and rifle ranges were completed using Club funds
and contributions from local businesses. We also had large and small contributions from
members. Thanks to the local "Friends of the NRA" a large part of the grading was paid for
from grants received from the NRA Foundation. The Club has no outstanding debt. Range
improvements will be made as funds become available.
We have just about every shooting match available, including ATA, USPSA,
SASS and NRA sanctioned rifle matches. If a member wants to start a new shooting match
they can present it to the Board for approval. We also have an archery range.
You are welcome to come out to the Range
and shoot on Saturday or Sunday between 8:00
AM and noon. There is a five dollar per day shooting fee for non members. You must Read and Obey the posted
Range Safety Rules and follow the directions of the Range Safety Officers. Shooter should
bring their own targets. Shooting bays are not always available due to scheduled shooting
matches. Additional information may be obtained at the clubhouse located at the shotgun
range or by contacting one of the orange vested Range Safety Officers.
If you want to become a member see the Membership page.
The Club has 1,1216 voting members as of
June 4, 2017. This does not count the voting
members spouse and children.